the picture not me

Man, I can’t *wait* for the reveal of how the bad guy made himself fly!

This is one of the show’s most-impressive feats, period. How does he do it?

In costume, he hovers a full foot off the ground, bobbing up and down as if he were genuinely levitating.

From a standing position, he can take off and quickly gain (and maintain) momentum.

He can fly steadily for hundreds of yards, not losing a single inch of height.

Hmm. 

Getting a good look at his costume, there’s little to be seen. Nothing on his feet, and no indication of wires… though to be fair, he would have nothing to hang from, using said wires outside.

Here, he passes over the sled by mere inches, further discounting any sort of extra objects attached to his feet.

Oh! Oh! They caught him! Here we go!

Lemme try to guess… well, in order for him to:

  1. Hover, standing, a foot above the ground 
  2. Initiate horizontal flight instantly
  3. Fly for several hundred yards or more 
  4. Maintain height indefinitely without descending 

It would have to be… some form of zero-gravity invention, with hyper-precise movement, controlled by telepathy since he doesn’t move externally?

Maybe an invisible, silent, undetectable helicopter flown by an accomplice, suspending him via wires that are also somehow invisible? What is it?!

Velma: “It was simple! Transparent plastic skis!”

…no.

No.

This is not ok.

YOU CAN’T JUST ACT LIKE SLIGHTLY-TRANSLUCENT SKIS GIVE PEOPLE THE POWER OF LEVITATION

I WILL NOT STAND FOR THIS

THIS IS NOT OK, VELMA

THIS IS NOT OK AT ALL

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Happy Hella Late Pride Month everybody, I made some moodboards for some less mentioned orientations B)

All center dragon pictures belong to @kaenith and are a part of their amazing Pride Dragons collection, which you all should totally check out here

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I actually hate weddings because even though I can wear what I want, I still get the questions of why don’t I wear a dress because I’m a girl, I still get the looks from random strangers at the bigger weddings and I’m always the only female in a suit. For some reason, ‘I don’t like dresses’ is not the answer people want to hear. The thing is, I could wear a dress, and I’d probably rock it too, because people look fantastic in dresses, but then I’d have to wear uncomfortable heels, I’d have to find a jacket that goes with the dress in case it gets cold, I’d have to find a bag to put my stuff in, I’d have to accessorise, I’d have to deal with people being all shocked that I’m in a dress, I’d feel overwhelming anxiety for being in a dress and life is just too stressful to think about all these things! So let me just wear my suit and get on with life. 

Oh noes, Shag and Scoob got frozen into blocks of ice!

Y’know, like you do. It just happens sometimes.

Fortunately, the ice was kind enough to leave them arm holes.

Ok, Scooby, just reach up and steer the sled to safety! I know later on, you and Shag move your arms a ton while in the ice, so it’ll be eas–

…oh.

Or, just let yourselves hurdle off the cliff. That works too.

They go flying down the incline, which turns out to be a ski jump, and–…

…wait…

yeah, no, the ice completely disappeared. Prolly due to a conversation that went something like:

Carl the Animator: “Ted, uh… do we really need ice on them for ski jump scene?”

Ted the Animator: “Um… yeah? They’re still frozen inside it.”

Carl the Animator: “But then I’d have to re-draw part of it!”

Ted the Animator: “…and? It’s maybe 5 seconds long.”

Carl the Animator:Aaaaaaand I only have time to draw the ice or make another pot of coffee.”

Ted the Animator: “No ice it is, then.”

Carl the Animator: “Meh. No one’s gonna notice.”

Ted the Animator: “Won’t it seem a little odd, though, that the ice magically reappears two seconds later?”

Carl the Animator: “No one’ll notice that either.”

Ted the Animator: “…you think?”

Carl the Animator: “Positive. I mean, what, d’ya think someone’s gonna check it frame-by-frame and put it on the internet?”

Ted the Animator: “…ok, yeah, that does sound a little far-fetched.”

Carl the Animator: “See? Come on, nobody would want to seen that.

Connor Murphy x Reader + Strict Parents

- keep your window unlocked because he will NOT hesitate to pick/break the lock and scare the shit out of you
- he met your parents and it was awkward for everyone involved
- he’s a 6 foot tall punk looking guy with long hair who paints his nails black and constantly looks pissed
- and your parents were like “so this is your boyfriend,,,,,,,,,,,,”
- he was on his best behavior but you know he’s kind of a dick
- you gotta specify WHEN and WHERE you’re going with him and EXACTLY what you’ll be doing
- you both learn to be sneaky
- “Connor got tickets for us to see A Christmas Carol from 8 to 9:30 and reservations afterwards.”
- sike the tickets were Zoe and Alana’s
- you’re actually going to a Fall Out Boy concert
- eventually your parents meet Connor’s parents
- “(Y/N)’s been such a good influence on Connor!”
- after meeting this well adjusted family, your parents chill out a little bit and make your curfew 30 minutes later

🌈 I love you all and I’ll always support you!! 🌈 please continue to stay strong, especially after the new disgusting update. x

Ted the Animator: “…what on earth….”

Carl the Animator: “Shh.”

Ted the Animator: “I don’t even… what’s going on, here?”

Carl the Animator: “The sled thing is dancing, clearly.”

Ted the Animator: “You certainly have a way with dancing, apart-falling sleds, and that was not a sentence I thought I’d ever have to say.”

Carl the Animator: “The treads are such wallflowers. They really should live a little and let loose, y’know?”

Ted the Animator: “…no, I don’t know, but that’s nothing new when it comes to the way you animate.”

I love it when guys on Grindr have their name set as “I am me…” or some shit like that like oh really syeven I totally thought you were someone else, thanks for the update